The 2023-2024 season marks the launch of International Ballet's third decade of service offering classes and performances in classical ballet. If you have never attended an IB performance, you are in for a treat this season. The performance season begins October 26-29 with a mixed repertoire program in the IB Theatre at the Somerville Center featuring a sneak preview of selections from Swan Lake staged by Artistic Director Vlada Kysselova along with an original work by local choreographer Uriah Boyd. Then we will get your family in the holiday spirit with IB's annual production of The Nutcracker featuring the Greenville Symphony Orchestra December 8-10. This annual holiday tradition delights audiences of all ages! On March 1, you will not want to miss the Passport to Dance benefit gala at BeMi's. See some of your favorite young upstate talent, win some amazing live and silent auction items, and enjoy supporting the mission of International Ballet.We will close the season on May 25-26, 2024 at the Peace Concert Hall with Swan Lake featuring the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. Choreographed to the iconic Tchaikovsky score, Swan Lake is one of the most recognized classical ballets of all time.
The highest level of classical ballet training for the young student to the professional dancer; Building technique, musicality, coordination, & strength through structured classes; Community-focused with high value placed on respect, self-discipline, responsibility, and peer support.
A home to hundreds of dancers, parents, volunteers, and committed patrons – united in focus on community, respect, responsibility, and generosity – using dance as a means for teaching life lessons.
Cara Marie Gary
Joffrey Ballet & IB Alumna
“The coaching I received at International Ballet gave me a strong technical foundation that has carried throughout my professional career. IB's methodical approach and dedicated leadership inspire passion and instill confidence.”
IB Angel Supporter
“Performing arts education is a vehicle used to teach life lessons. These lessons can change young lives. Youths learn to listen, to work with and respect others, to respect and honor themselves, to be proud of who they are and what they can accomplish, and most importantly to help them know that they matter and are loved. Why wouldn’t anyone be proud to play a small role in their journey? To see the smiles on their faces and receive their hugs is so meaningful. We love the children and are proud to be a part.”